Blessed Pope John Paul II Catholic Secondary School - 2015 Pan American Games

2015 Pan American Games

The Blessed Pope John Paul II Catholic Secondary School is tentatively scheduled to host the riding and combined event of the modern pentathlon competitions at the 2015 Pan American Games. During the games the facility will be known as the "Modern Pentathlon Centre".

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